Today’s communications continue to rely heavily on emails. With increasing email use comes more filters to help sort incoming emails. Sometimes emails that have many recipients, like newsletters, may be sorted into bulk email, junk, or other non-primary folders.
To help ensure you continue receiving emails from us, please add firstname.lastname@example.org to your contact list.
If you find an email from email@example.com in your spam or junk folder, your email provider likely includes the option to mark emails as “not junk.” The program will recognize the email address as a Safe Sender. This can also help ensure you get emails from this address in the future.
While email programs vary in how to add new contacts to your list, it’s usually straightforward. For example, Outlook typically includes a “People” icon and clicking it changes your view to all your contacts. Clicking the “plus” sign enables contacts to be added. In Gmail, clicking on the icon with the nine dots arranged in a square (usually in the upper right) will open the drop-down menu that includes Contacts.